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Im in the process of filming a short video with a panasonic fz300, and upon editing have noticed that the audio is shit, how can i fix this with $300?
buy microphones and recorders you can place where you need them to sound good, lav mics are very cheap and you can even use a phone to record them
pro tip: the camera isn't usually in one of the spots where it sounds good
videomic X seems very nice mic
I'm looking to add some audio recordings of just ambient nature sounds to videos to add more immersion.
What sort of audio recorder should I be looking for? Zoom? Tascam? What sort of specifications should I keep an eye for? I have a budget of about $150 >t. Audio noob. Pls help
Does anyone have a picture that they have taken (original), of a simple scenery? I.e. something you would take outside your house?
I am in desperate need, thank you
I hope this is simple enough. It's not far from the house. It was a rare warm wet December so I just had to go out and get some snaps
only if you tell me what its for
I don't know how he plans to do it, but being 4chan this is somehow linked to the abuse of children
Show us all the cameras you got /p/ !
You're an idiot
lets see your photos.
What back is on that Mamiya?
People care enough to make memes about me.
its a p25, picked up the whole kit from a job i used to work at.
This is the druid of /p/. You have walked a long way to get here. Now that you dominate the secrets of the exposure triangle and your devices I shall grant you the greater truths of photography.
>Your pictures are mediocre because photography is an uncomplete craft that relies on other elements. Find an interesting story first, then live it, then take the picture to tell it. >Mastering technique is key, but if you fail to understand the previous your photography will be just a vane example of technical expertise. A snapshit that goes along with a story always prevails over a great picture that tells nothing. >Better gear is convenient. Convenience kills creativity. Limit your resources to the minimum. >Slow down. Don't go around chasing for subjects. Choose a location, observe your surroundings and let the moments come. Then move on. >No technique is a meme, your intention is what matters. If it serves the narrative there's nothing wrong to shallow depth of field, selective colour, or black and white. The mistake is to turn that technique into your subject. >Don't overprepare, don't play it safe, just do it. The best trips and adventures are the ones that make you sweat and challenge you. Those will be your stories, tell them with your camera. Now let the spirits of photography be with you in your journey.
What if I just want to photograph specific things to have personal visual records of them, and/or show my appreciation or interest in them?
I don't totally disagree with this advice, but I'm less into stories and more into things I find personally interesting, and seeing them in an interesting way. I'm not necessarily trying to tell a story. The photography is just a creative exercise in the above.
i thought the same thing at first anon, but your interest in them is the "story."
i don't know if there's a better word for that but appreciation is enough.
This is what gets me though. Where is the line drawn between "story" and "not a story" in photography? I see the story thing brought up all the time but it's almost never properly explained. The best I can think of is that the image is easily contextualized and explained but that almost feels too simple, or even cliched. So idunno.
>>3679888 >haha le ebin ebola reference haha im so quirky XDDD
How do you get "ebola reference" from Westside Connection lyrics
Looking to get into shooting music/nature videos and what not for my record label. I've only ever shot analog so I wasn't really sure what a good video camera would be.
I was looking at the Lumix g85 and thought that might be a good starting camera, but It looks like only vlogfags use it. Another one I was looking at was the Sony A7ii, but it was kind of out of my price range. I'd like to shoot pictures with the camera as well. Are there any good inbetweeners?
I second this, imo you're much better off grabbing a second hand semi-pro older camera for the price of a new consumer level.
they generally have way better features and honestly the sensors aren't bad. it's not like people didn't take great looking photos 10 years ago...
I'm more of a Canon guy, so I'd recommend the 7D mk ii or 6D mk ii . but I'm sure anything in the semi-pro range from other manufacturers is just as good. Just buy second-hand.
The only thing that matters when buying a new camera is your budget.
For what you're meaning to do the best option would be a Hasselblad H6D plus a Blackmagic URSA. But since you dont have around 60.000 dollars for that, then just buy the best your budget allows you. End of discussion. Make sure you get something you like the look of and that has your minimum requirements. Go Fuji or Nikon.
Specially dont listen to this guy. Don't get a Canon and don't ever get second hand electronics. Not even refurbrished.
actually this is the guy not to listen too
Nothing wrong with secondhand. Bought a secondhand K1 a few years back, put over 50,000 actuations on it with no issues. Anecdotal I know, but ive purchased every single one of my lenses secondhand as well (even riskier than a camera) with zero faults. Most online retailers have return policies, hell even eBay will send you your money if the item isn't as described.
>>3681837 >Specially dont listen to this guy. >>3681839 >actually this is the guy not to listen to
DON’T LISTEN TO ANYONE HERE OP!
NOT EVEN ME!
I am starting a YouTube channel where I'll share short movies of journeys in the European countryside. The idea is to give people ideas of near outdoor trips so that they can spend less time on the couch and more time discovering our beautiful planet. I have a canon EOS 1300D but I have the feeling that it won't do the job when it comes to filming fast moving scenes with a lot of shaking. What are your thoughts about that? Should I get a GoPro ?
>>3681052 >yfw you will never shoot this because the park closed it to photographers after social media ruined it
Isn't it in the middle of nowhere? What's preventing people from just hiking there on own?
All these "sports" cameras from DJI, gopro, etc. are absolute shit. Not even pixel peeping, whatever lens setup they are using looks like ass.
Just get some weather resistant mirrorless. I take my X-T3 with a small WR prime lens on most trips.
Thank you Anon, could you develop? Is it convenient and has good stability if I run with it for example?
How do you hold the iPhone? I need two hands to shoot well.
Would you ever get a minolta cle? I'm into both the 40mm and the 28mm. Well my pictures look like a leica? Should I just get an m5? And yeah I made an entire thread for this question. Gonna be honest we are slow as fuck. Who cares lol.
>>3679757 >thinking the shutter doesn’t effect image quality
the absolute state of poorfags
Will my pictures look as good as leica with the 40mm and 28mm rokkor m lenses made for the cl and cle
no those are minolta
>>3679545 >Would you ever get a minolta cle? I'm into both the 40mm and the 28mm.
I owned one (it was a Leica CL but same camera), I didn't care for it because it felt too small in my hands. My friend who I sold it to loves it though.
>Well my pictures look like a leica?
it is a Leica, the Rokko lenses are great but you can use Leica glass if you really want to.
>Should I just get an m5?
different camera but it's also a good camera. the light meters in both are finicky and probably won't work.
>And yeah I made an entire thread for this question. Gonna be honest we are slow as fuck. Who cares lol.
It’s one of the most practical m-cameras ever (along with the M7 and RX-A Bessas) on grounds of aperture priority alone.
But I think it’s even more practical due to the smaller size and weight. If it’s too small for your hands you can put the small grip on it which brings it up to the bulk of the other cameras (if that), is ergonomic to hold and can be removed any time.
The M5 is also a great camera, easily the most ergonomic Leica body and controls (body shape, shutter ring, meter display, aperture visible in viewfinder). And the quickest to shoot if you disregard the aperture priority M7.
If /p/ were to build a freestanding garden shed as a small home studio, what would it put in? Size? Dimensions? Furnishings?
8 x 5 meters studio owner here. Its enough but just barely. I would love it to be 8 x 7 since I cant put the strobes far away from the model. Also keep in mind you need 2 more things. Storage space (for fabrics, accessories, props, modifiers) and a place where the model changes clothes and puts make up. You will need a good mirror with lighting for that.
Hey OP, are you still here? Do you have any drawings or floor plans on what you want to design? I'm strangely fascinated with your studio shed idea and was curious for some updates.
>WASSSUP /P/ ITS MCKINNON HERE AND TODAY IM GOING TO SHOW YOU... >long pause >HOW TO MAKE A /P/ SHED. BUT FIRST... INTRO. >fart, pop, piss >Well now that I'm back with that sick ass dump >*leans into camera and whispers, >so sick dude >WE ARE GOING TO MAKE OUR... VERY... OWN... /P/ SHED >ONE, forget photography for a second and settle on down with shelves >THATS RIGHT SHELVES >You gotta have a place to put you ABSOLUTELY SICK gear. >Like for me >*whispering again >See this beauty right here? >*twirls it in front of the camera between his fingers >I dont even know what the fuck it is >*throws it behind him onto a shelf > that's all. Until next time. PEACE.
I don't even know who that is but I can't stop laughing to this stupid post.
it's actually not that far off
It's been 7 hours. They keep protecting their precious shitposting thread
who gives a shit, retard? kill yourself.
I have a canon efs lens that I use with my 40d. I also have a lumix gx7 and canon eos m, both mirrorless. The lumix has a m43 sensor and the eos m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d I'm 99% sure.
Would there be any benefit to adapting this lens to the eos-m than the lumix gx7 because the eos-m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d? Forgive my lack of knowledge, I'm decently knowledgeable otherwise of photography in general. pic unrelated
Nah, better use a native lens on your EOS-M, like the 22mm or the 11mm-something.
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